Remember Names and Faces
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A person's own name is the single most important word to a person. Their name is intimately tied to their identity as an individual. In many ways it defines who we are.
Accurately remembering names is one of the simplest yet most important components of interacting with people. It is a common trait that people who get things done and have a great life, recognize the importance of other people. A key step to recognising the importance of others is using their name.
However, remembering names and faces can be a big challenge for many people. Not being able to remember names makes it harder to make new friends and maintain business relationships. It can be both personally and financially costly to not remember a person’s name.
People who can remember names, develop better personal relationships with others. We are more likely to trust someone we know and think of them as a friend. When someone remembers our name, the very thought that we are remembered gives us happiness and satisfaction. As a result we quickly build a relationship of trust with that person.
The secret to a happy fulfilling and successful life starts with how we relate to other people. Remembering a person’s name is the key building block to positive and trusting relationships with other people.
Remembering another person’s name is actually simple when you know how. This course is designed to teach you the skills so you can quickly and easily remember the names of people you have just met.
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|Section 1: The Background|
Welcome to How to Remember Names and Faces. We're excited that you are taking this course.
This lecture provides a background as to what is a name, where names originated and most important why a person's name is so important.
00:00 - Opening Titles
00:21 - Introduction
Names are much more than a word or words. Being able to remember and use the names of other people is a key factor in a person's happiness and success.
02:28 - What is Name?
Learn the technical meaning of a name. What is it and what powers are attached to it?
04:33 - How were Names born?
Where did names come from? Why do we have them? How would life be without the use of names? Names are a very important part of our life for so many reasons. Discover why.
Names have so much more meaning if we look deeper. They don't just represent a person, place or thing. When we hear a name it arouses many different feelings and thoughts within us. Discover why names are so important, how our background and previous experiences will affect the meaning of a name to us individually.
00:00 - Names are so much more than a means of identification.
01:50 - Names and famous people.
03:13 - Your name has so much more meaning to those around you. What do they think of you? Who do they think you are? It's all in your name.
04:44 - A name is something we truly own, it is yours forever. Names celebrate your uniqueness.
07:16 - Knowing the names of others helps develop trust in others. Using another's name enables you to get your point across more effectively.
09:12 - Friends know their friends names. Using a name show you care about another and that they are important to you.
10:12 - People that know and use other's names have lives that are so much easier.
|Section 2: Key First Steps|
This lecture provides a summary of each of the steps required to quickly and permanently learn another's name. Following these steps you'll be able to implement a strategy which triggers parts of your brain in a way that not only will their name stay with you immediately after meeting a person, but their name will stay with you well into the future.
Before you can learn anything new there is one most important step you must take. This step is solely up to you and only you alone can take this step.
In this lecture we explore this crucial step, what it is, why it's so important and why without it you won't be able to learn anything new.
We'll also explore how you already have a strong foundation to learn a new skill but if you have doubts in yourself we'll also provide you with a strategy to strengthen your resolve.
To learn something new requires that you change. It's only logical that if you keep doing the same thing you must get the same result. However, change can be hard. Our comfort zone is just that, more comfortable. It make a change that is lasting we need to understand what are our driving forces. What is it that keeps us going when the going get tough.
This lecture explores what are our motivating forces. What is required for us to do something different from what we have before thus move us quickly and easily to our goal.
Following on from the previous lecture, this exercise will give you all the resources you need to strengthen your drive and motivation to make sure you achieve your goal. Specifically tailored to learning to remember names and faces this exercise will provide key steps so you stay motivated and energised.
|Section 3: How Your Brain Works|
People don't just 'Remember'. There is a process which you mind goes though so that you can recall past events and experiences. This lecture provides insights as to how the mind works in relation to remembering. What happens inside your mind when you want to remember a person's name?
We'll explore the different categories of memory. Why some memories are stronger than others. How memory can be improved.
With understanding of how the mind works you remove the unknown and fear that you can't accomplish this new process. Knowing how your mind works removes the mystery. There are not radical lucky people out there that have better memory than you. This skill is available to everyone. It all becomes clear when you know how the mind remembers. All you need to do to have this same skill is follow the same process.
|Section 4: The System|
A strategy or system removes random results. Again, it's logical that if you do the same actions you'll get the same results. The trick for most people is that they don't have a strategy for remembering names and faces. Most people are unaware that there is a process for remembering.
This lecture set out the 7 key steps steps to follow when meeting someone to ensure that you will remember their name the next time you meet and well into the future.
We'll explore how your mind can perpetually reinforce a name so that it is with you forever. Your mind already does this. For example, what is the chance that you will ever forget the names of your parents or siblings.
Following this strategy will ensure that you remember the names of people you have just met for as long as you want to remember them.
In this lecture we summarise the key points of each of the seven key steps of the remembering names and faces strategy. Use this lesson as a regular reminder of these seven steps until you are proficient in undertaking each of the actions when you meet someone new.
|Section 5: Tips and Tricks|
This lecture focuses on how to add the person's surname to the first name. You'll learn how to quickly discover their surname if not already given to you and then link the two names together so you can easily recall both names in the future.
In business it get be extremely useful to know people's job titles. You'll learn how to link a person's profession to their name.
Plus learn how to use meanings of names to help you remember.
Learn the key to remember exotic names which may be completely unfamiliar to you.
00:00 Learn job titles and professions
01:50 How to use name meanings to help you remember
02:53 Tips to remember exotic names
The key to maintain motivation with learning is to keep it fun and focus on what you really want.
When learning something new focus on learning the habit of the new process first. That should be your sole aim at the start. Do the behaviours. If you get it right or wrong doesn't matter at this point. Do the behaviours. Then when the behaviours become automatic, when you are just doing them as part of your everyday life, then switch to improving your hit rate.
In the end if you don't swing you'll never get a hit. You need to make your goal at the start to practice the process of the skill your focus. Congratulate yourself that you did the process regardless of if you got it right or wrong. You'll feel good that you did the process. This way you will stay motivated and keep doing it. Then when you a swinging the bat regularly then switch your focus to how many balls you hit.
Learning this way you'll keep it fun for you and thus learn faster and enjoy it more.
REMEMBER, KEEP IT FUN!!!!!
For over 25 years Damian Andrews has been a study of peak performance in human behaviour. In varying careers from the Defence Force to Marketing and TV to Accounting and Law to Construction to name a few, the skills of peak performance have been refined, honed and tuned on a perpetual continual improvement quest.
A full time career started at 18, leaving school and joining the Army for term of 4 years in which many personal limits were broken. Many of today’s corporate boot camp training experiences were part of daily life, from rock climbing, parachuting, submarines and physically pushing the body’s limits beyond what was believed could be achieved.
Down time was used to study under such teachers as Richard Bandler, Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Dr Wayne Dyer and others. These teachers laid the foundation of knowledge for future development.
After the Army, the next challenge was mining in remote North Western Australia. A barren land where temperatures could fluctuate from below zero to scorching heat in one day. However to keep people motivated, fit and healthy, Damian set out and ran physical training and mind awareness sessions at the camp site’s gym.
Returning home, formal university study was undertaken in the field of accounting and law. Shortly after commencement, employment with a corporate recovery firm was attained. This position involved the management of a variety of financially distressed companies requiring exceptional personnel management skills.
The next step was out on one’s own as an advisor providing commercial and management expertise. Fulfilling direct on the job engagements plus also presenting training on various topics, delivering knowledge in person to both small and large listed companies.